Two places: first, behind the RH radiator access shield, up toward the top by the air cleaner on the radiator support should be a tag glued on to it, containing all the numbers you could ever want pertaining to that machine. Second, the serial number is stamped in the rear axle housing on a vertical face just above the top link retainer. The tractor serial number should start with the letter "C", followed by 6 numbers.
Re: Re: Ford TW-20 serial # location in reply to Bern, 04-02-2001 22:37:58
Thanks - I KNEW it was around that radiator, just didn't twist my head in enough directions.... The numbers on the back by the upper link made no sense at all tho. Ah, 1979, well, how much updating could they do? ;)
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